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Thailand - Sixth (Secondary) Education Project (English)

The project would support the Government's development strategy to improve access, quality, relevance, and efficiency in secondary education and to strengthen the Government's education planning and management capacity. The project would provide: (a) workshops, academic facilities, furniture, equipment, teacher-learning materials, in-service staff training and technical assistance to some 480 existing secondary schools in relatively disadvantaged rural areas; and (b) furniture, equipment, materials, and technical assistance to the central, regional and provincial planning agencies of the Ministry of Education, the National Education Commission and the National Economic and Social Development Board. Project beneficiaries will include not only the 335,000 rural secondary students served by the project schools each year but also future generations of Thai students at all levels who will benefit from systematic improvements in educational planning and management.


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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Thailand - Sixth (Secondary) Education Project

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Thailand - Sixth (Secondary) Education Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.